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zero is a complete absence and infinity is a complete lack of absence. That means Zero & infinity are two sides of the same coin. Everything (∞) is nothing (o), with a twist.
Theory of everything (Infinity) is "There is absolutely nothing (Zero)"

Zero to Infinity

  1. Mathematics was developed to count definite things, starting with one. zero represents no things or nothing.
  2. Zero is a start number and Infinity is end number, while both defy measurement. Are Zero and Infinity just concepts?
  3. Between complexity of zero and infinity, number system is straightforward.
  4. Before God, nothing existed and God is defined as the starting point. God has also been defined as infinitely more powerful, good, knowing and perfection.
  5. Out of zero comes the infinite universe (or Big Bang). Nothing is a probability wave, of nothing and everything (nothing=everything)
  6. Zero and Infinity are the limits of human thinking.
  7. The Infinite is one of the most intriguing ideas in which the human mind has ever engaged.

More about Zero

  1. Some of the properties of zero:
  2. Zero is even (not odd, not neutral)
  3. Zero is not a prime number (smallest prime number is 2)
  4. Zero is neither positive nor negative
  5. Zero is an integer
  6. If you add or subtract zero from any other number, the answer will always result in the other number.
  7. The concept of dividing by zero is fraught with illogical consequences and does not work.
  8. Numbers to the zero power always equal one.

More about Infinity

  1. Infinity does not do anything.
  2. The sequence of natural numbers never ends, and is infinite. Infinity is not a real number.
  3. Infinity is only an idea of something that has no end.
  4. Infinity does not grow and it is already and always fully formed. "endless", or "boundless"
  5. A Googol is 1 followed by one hundred zeros (less than infinity)
  6. Infinity is explored in articles such as the Ultimate, the Absolute, God, and Zeno's paradoxes.
  7. Two Indian words for infinity are asaṃkhyata ("countless, innumerable") and ananta ("endless, unlimited"),
  8. Three types of infinities are mathematical infinity; physical infinity; and a philosophical infinity.
  9. The infinite is an elusive concept, full of paradoxes and controversies. People look for precision, certainty, objectivity, and effectiveness in modeling things around us. Our bodies and our experiences are finite. We have never experienced or seen infinity.

Zero Vector - Zero dimension

  1. Zero vector or null vector is a vector which has zero magnitude and an arbitrary direction. If a vector is multiplied by zero, the result is a zero vector. The simplest example of a vector space is the trivial one: {0}, which contains only the zero vector.
  2. An illustration of a nildimensional space is a point. Zero-dimensional Polish spaces include the Cantor space and Baire space.The physical meaning of can be understood from the following examples.
  3. The displacement of a ball thrown up and received back by the thrower is a zero vector.
  4. The velocity vector of a stationary body is a zero vector.
  5. The acceleration vector of a body in uniform motion is a zero vector.
  6. Zero dimension also includes absence of time dimension. As time does not exist, past, present and future coexist simultaneously.
  7. Three dimensions is our "normal" space. Two dimensions is a plane "Flatland". One dimension is a "line-world". Zero dimension is "point-world", where everything happens in the same place.
  8. Zero dimensions is like a rip in spacetime, where there is no spacetime

Ancient Indians and Greeks approached infinity as a philosophical concept. Many ancient cultures had various ideas about the nature of infinity. Indians used the number line with zero and infinity. The Indian mathematical text Surya Prajnapti (c. 4th–3rd century BCE) classifies all numbers into three sets: enumerable, innumerable, and infinite. Each of these was further subdivided into three orders:
Enumerable: lowest, intermediate, and highest
Innumerable: nearly innumerable, truly innumerable, and innumerably innumerable
Infinite: nearly infinite, truly infinite, infinitely infinite
The universe is infinite, by Thomas Digges in 1576. In 1584, Giordano Bruno proposed an unbounded universe, Infinite Universe, Innumerable suns and planets around them
The Mahavaipulya Buddhavatamsaka Sutra or Avatamsaka Sutra, contains a description of an "incalculable" number, known as the asamkhyeya (lie outside the bounds of human calculability). Asamkhyeya is defined as a particular power of a laksha.